Precise 3D images with the body scanner Vitus Smart
In order to use 3D images of humans for anthropometric measurements, one needs highly accurate and reliable raw data. The Vitus Smart body scanner generates an accurate 3D image during a scan of only 12 seconds.
(PresseBox) (Wiesbaden, )Vitronic will present the field of application and advantages of its body scanner Vitus Smart at the “3D Body Scanning Technologies” in Lugano, Switzerland.
The Vitus Smart body scanner is used for manufacturing tailor-made garments, collecting anthropometric data for medicine and orthopedics, assessing occupational groups and in support for athletes, as well as providing raw data for virtual reality projects. Precondition to the broad application spectrum is the scanner's high accuracy and performance, proven in studies.
With a density of up to 27 points per cm3, Vitus Smart delivers highly accurate data and minimizes hidden surfaces during the scan. In addition, the process is so robust that even different colored clothing or striking textures cannot diminish the quality of the 3D image.
Holistic systems of hard- and software
Depending on the purpose, Vitronic offers the appropriate software alongside the hardware. Thanks to many years of cooperation with Human Solutions, Kaiserslautern, the user in the clothing industry, for example, receives a complete package with the hardware and software which meets his purpose.
Many years of experience
Whether it’s in science, orthopedics or ergonomics – wherever long-term projects have to be carried out – it is crucial to have a reliable partner at your side. Vitronic, an internationally active machine vision company with 400 staff, has over 15 years of experience with body scanning technology. Many hundreds of scanners are installed around the world. Vitronic is owner-managed and remains, with its purpose of long term corporation, a reliable partner for challenging projects.
Vitronic at the “3rd International Conference and Exhibition on 3D Body Scanning Technologies” in Lugano/Switzerland: 16./17. October 2012, Palazzo dei Congressi, Piazza Indipendenza 4, 6901 Lugano, Switzerland.